Starter Name/Logo...second revision (more like 20th)


#21

Great - thanks!


#22

I tried a user search, but there’s millions of names similar. Is there a shortcut I’m missing?

Thanks :slight_smile:


#23

Nope. I screwed up.


#24

Got it. Doesn’t advertise logos though - I assume it’s your door hangers how did?

I’ll shoot him a message…

Thanks @squidskc


#25

Definitely time to update my “generic” logos!


#26

Yes, no one around here is going to call you. You got a weird phone number


#27

Yeah, the quoting processes might be a little tricky if you did.


#28

Lol. Looks like everybody has been using the same icon. Maybe differ a bit? And yup, I agree that you have to change the colors as well.


#29

Changed it up a bit, got some more input on fonts and decided to ditch the raindrops altogether. Liked the swooping hose ive seen a few others do so added that…and changed the wand up a bit. Not sure why yall dislike the color so much, i just think regular blues are too dark for it. This isnt the exact color the decals will be, more of a turquoise…i just did some window decals for a storefront in this exact color scheme and it came out great. wanting the black outline to make it “pop” on the white truck. i appreciate everyones input on it thus far, but for now i think this will do just fine. i ordered all my equipment yesterday, so going to be working on getting my facebook page up, starting on my marketing materials, and maybe sleep a little bit if i get the time haha

Thanks!!


#30

I guess “garrish” is the word I would use to describe that color scheme. But it is important that you pick a color you can live with. And a very slight change in print color could make it look much more appealing than it does on screen.

And hey, not everyone likes lime green, either. But that’s my color :smirk:


If it were me, I might go for something more like this:


#31

i see what youre saying. i may go with a lighter tone like that for business cards…my main concern is whats on my truck and trailer currently. as i said i have a small vinyl business, and there are only so many standard colors i have access to without going the route of outsourcing to someone with a printer…of which the cost difference is massive. i chose blue because to me that is a “clean” color…nothing against green, just about everything else i do is in green and black already lol (rat rods, vinyl company, and my old hot rod shop)…ill post a link to a pic to one of the color swatches i currently have. was thinking of the “turquoise” or maybe “light blue”. my worry with it being so “light” would be it wouldnt be as eye catching on the white truck.


#32

What’s it look like with a gap between power and Washing


#33

Or washing under power then ditching the hose


#34

The roll of turquoise vinyl doesn’t look so bad in the pic. Personally, I’d opt for either Azure or Light Blue. But the turquoise could work.


#35

@Hellbilly - I agree. It seems to me that it should be powerwash one word or power washing two words.


#36

@Steve @Sharpe
Id like to keep the hose…even though i agree it is generic and overused i think its easily recognizable for most people. i do think i like it with the gap…i didnt think i would, but it matches the space from Mr Mister. one word “powerwash” makes it sound like im a superhero lol “its a bird, its a plane, its…mr mister powerwash” :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: who knows it could catch on lol


#37

I would choose the middle one and call it good. :clap:


#38

I used actualreviewnet


#39

I like the gap as well


#40


Saw this on Facebook and got a good laugh. Reminded me of this post!